Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Listing of Doctors in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia in February 1929 #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Erika Kalkofen-Frahne >from Dortmund, Germany and I have worked on
this posting together. Erika located a list of doctors and dentists
in 1929 in a 130-page document entitled: "Mitteilungen des Heilfonds
der offentlichen Bediensteten" - Verzeichnis der Vertragsarzte",

It encompasses Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia [only Freistadt, Freiwaldau,
Friedek, Hultschin, Jaegerndorf Cesky Tesin, Troppau and Wagstadt],
Slovakia, and Carpathian-Ruthenia. Most of the towns and villages
are listed by their Czech names - in some instances the equivalent
German name is given.

Many of the names are obviously Jewish: i.e. Leo POLLAK,
Jungmannova 22, 8-9,14-6, tel. 324-01 Praha II.

Nove Mesto,...FANTL, Julius, Hora Kutna, Radnicka ul. 635, 14-15, tel. 17...

ARNSTEIN, Ignac, Ceska Trebova 23,8-9,14-15,tel. 69 in Landskron (Lanskroun)

FLEISCHMANN, Oskar, Komenskeho 15,9-12,14-16.....

The Doctors on this list appear to have worked for health insurance systems.
Hospital doctors are not listed.

Erika will be happy to look up doctors for you in any location in this area.

Celia Male [U.K.]

Footnote: Has anyone any information on Karl LICHTENTAL (a friend of
Erika's grandfather's family in 1936?) in the area between Dresden and
Prague?

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